Momoh, Hindolo Kwagor

Country: Zambia
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Serving At: The Council of Churches in Zambia
Home Country: Sierra Leone

Hindolo Kwagor Momoh is an international Global Mission Fellow with the United Methodist General Board of Global Ministries, engaged in a two-year term of service.  

The Global Mission Fellows program takes young adults ages 20-30 out of their home environments and places them in new contexts for mission experience and service. The program has a strong emphasis on faith and justice. Global Mission Fellows become active parts of their new local communities. They connect the church in mission across cultural and geographical boundaries. They grow in personal and social holiness and become strong young leaders working to build just communities in a peaceful world.

A member of Price Memorial United Methodist Church, Freetown, related to the Sierra Leone Annual Conference, Hindolo earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communications at the University of Sierra Leone Fourah Bay College and is completing a Master of Arts in media and journalism studies at Uganda Christian University.

“Price Memorial is my birth church,” Hindolo said. “I moved through the stages of the children’s ministry, to Youth Fellowship to Young Adult Fellowship.” Along with serving in leadership positions, he sang in and directed the choir.

“My spiritual growth has been a transformative journey, involving self-reflection, self-discovery and a profound connection with my Christian beliefs,” he continued. “I believe that my spiritual life can serve as a strong foundation for my commitment to positively impacting others and the world.”

Throughout his life, Hindolo has “developed a heightened sense of compassion and empathy,” he said, “enabling me to relate to the struggles and challenges faced by others. This fosters a genuine desire to alleviate suffering and contribute to the well-being of those in need. Additionally, my spiritual growth often brings a deeper understanding of purpose in life. I have experienced this growth and feel called to use my talents and abilities to serve a higher purpose or to contribute to the greater good.”

He is grateful for diverse perspectives and beliefs that have instilled in him an open heart and mind, invaluable in mission work, “where individuals encounter diverse cultures, traditions and beliefs,” Hindolo noted. “This quality can facilitate effective communication and understanding.”

He acknowledged, “Spiritual growth often involves facing and overcoming personal challenges, leading to increased inner strength and resilience. This resilience can be valuable in mission work, where difficult circumstances or setbacks may arise. With my strong spiritual foundation, I would be better equipped to navigate such challenges and persevere in service.”

Hindolo expressed a deep internal conviction to make a meaningful and positive impact.

“Spiritual growth often leads to the development of altruistic values,” he said, “where I prioritize the well-being of others over personal gain. This selflessness is a key attribute for those engaged in mission work, as it fosters a genuine desire to contribute to the welfare of communities and individuals in need.”